derangement


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a state of mental disturbance and disorientation

the act of disturbing the mind or body

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Finally, 12% were very obese (BMI greater than 34 kg/[m.sup.2]) without metabolic derangement, and 8% were very obese women who did have a metabolic derangement.
What seems to have struck him about the depiction of romantic love in both Shakespeare plays--the later even more than the earlier--is its fragile instability, the way its narrow intensities can so easily be diverted into hysteria, derangement, and destructive monomania.
To find out the incidence of post-operative liver function derangement in patients of gastrointestinal perforation.
Although the gastrointestinal tract is often viewed as the "mother lode" of anaerobic bacteria, the metabolic and physiological derangement that occur in the diabetic patient population places these patients at risk for selected anaerobic infection.
Her barrister explained that it was possible the baby had died during childbirth or she had panicked and killed it during some temporary mental derangement. The jury accepted this and, seeing a pitiful young woman of previous good character in the dock, found her guilty of manslaughter.
We cannot know wara"a"the terror, gore, long-lasting psychological derangement -- if we haven't marched into battle.
They also highlighted various factors leading to mental derangement and impact of the same on the patients and the society.
You have performed your job outstandingly even if your ships suffered derangement,' Empedrad told sailors and marines in his speech at the ceremony in South Harbor.
Trump's comments at the White House followed a series of early morning Twitter posts Wednesday in which the Republican president said his summit with Putin would eventually produce "big results" and accused his critics of "Trump Derangement Syndrome.""Some people HATE the fact that I got along well with President Putin of Russia.
Trump's comments followed a series of early morning Twitter posts on Wednesday in which the Republican president said his heavily criticized summit with Putin would eventually produce "big results" and accused his critics of "Trump Derangement Syndrome."
CNN newsie Brian Stelter, in a recent interview with New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, admitted that "I'm a Trump addict." For his part, Kristof conceded that both he and his wife also suffer from "Trump addiction." To be more accurate, both Kristof and Stelter should have said that they suffer from Anti-Trump Derangement Addiction (ATDA).
These new findings, together with in vitro examination of human adipose-derived mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) exposed to sucralose, are helping solve the puzzle of how a sweetener that delivers no energy may contribute to metabolic derangement, said Dr.
A Review of The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable
According to him, other noncommunicable diseases that are brought about by shisha smoking include cancer, high blood pressure, stroke, heart attack, asthma, bronchitis as well as derangement of metabolism of fat and sugar.
Questions of psychotic derangement may be entirely relevant, in their case.